Square Enix Presents is the thematic showcase of the eponymous company. For the occasion, it offers two free games, Tomb Raider and Lara Croft
Today, March 18, the appointment with the thematic showcase held by Square Enix takes place. Called Square Enix Gifts, plans to present some news for the near future, such as a new chapter in the Life’s Strange saga and also about Tomb Raider for the 25th anniversary.
Speaking of Lara Croft, two spin-offs of the saga inherent to the archaeologist are destined as gifts. It is about Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light me Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris. Both titles can be downloaded in the PC version, completely free.
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Square Enix gives away two PC games
But how can the two titles be downloaded? You just have to follow the official SE social Twitter profile and reply to the dedicated post using the hashtag #SquareEnixPresents. In this way you can obtain a code to be able to redeem for free games. In addition, during the exhibition, there are also announcements related to Outriders, Marvel’s Avengers, SE Montreal news, Just Cause Mobile and Balan Wonderworld.
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The event in question lasts about forty minutes. Trailers related to the titles we just talked about are also shown. We also remind you that working on a new series of tomb Raider from Crystal Dynamics and SE. This is precisely on the occasion of the twenty-fifth anniversary of the saga. SE Holdings is a Japanese multimedia holding company founded on April 1, 2003 in Tokyo and listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange since August 18, 1999. It is known for producing the Japanese-style role-playing video game series: Final Fantasy, Dragon Quest, and Kingdom Hearts. At the bottom of the article the post to get the two Lara Croft spin-offs for free.
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– Square Enix (@SquareEnix) March 17, 2021